Monday, October 25, 2010

I Usually Don't Comment on Current Events, but...

H/T Och

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not to mention, you'd be hard-pressed to come up with an Orthodox Demotivator more demotivating than actual real-life current events.

Damned if the captcha on this cojones post ain't "gonat," almost "gonad."

November In My Soul said...

Is there a correlation between size and frequency of use?

Joe said...

Wish I were half the artist you are. Lol, you make me laugh thank you.

s-p said...

NIMS, I have so many Orthographs in my head about this issue right now. I don't know if I'm going to draw them all, but again (lest anyone think I'm just bashing everyone else), I was an aspirant at one time and yeah, ambition/self preservation is a self inflicted gag order and often wore the garb of "wisdom, obedience and humility" in my own head. One can rail at "abusive authority" for setting up a culture of fear, but fear only works when people bow to it to "save their status and their nation". As I mentioned on another blog, St. John Chrysostom died in his 7th exile and St. Athanasius was exiled 14 times IIRC. Size/Frequency? I don't know. For some of us maybe once in a lifetime will make us a saint. Sometimes size is just Barney Fife's bullet in the pant's pocket. :)

Athanasia said...

"Sometimes size is just Barney Fife's bullet in the pant's pocket"

LOL! LOL! LOL!

Anonymous said...

Where's Balaam's ass when ya need it...

s-p said...

Anon, There's plenty of people talking out their.... does that count? Interesting word verification: blessedu - no kidding. I think its a message from the prelestial kingdom. :)

Theocoid said...

You nailed it.

thegeekywife said...

This whole situation is very confusing to me. I know very little--only what was posted on a blog called Byzantine Texas. It's kinda an Ortho-news blog.

Anonymous said...

Geeky - ocanews.org is the place to go for updates. Bring your knitting and a thermos of coffee; you'll be there a while.

Alix said...

I think that the hat wears heavy on the head and the brain cells shrink, therefore allowing other parts of the anatomy to .......well.....you get the idea.......